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  • So, what would Amazon do with RadioShack stores?

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    So, what would Amazon do with RadioShack stores?

    Amid reports that Amazon has discussed buying some RadioShack stores, an analyst envisions three main uses for those locations, along with other scenarios.

    Posted 02/03/2015Thad RueterPost a comment

    Amid reports that Amazon has discussed buying some RadioShack stores, an analyst envisions three main uses for those locations, along with other scenarios.
  • 45% of Amazon’s U.S. customers are Prime members

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    45% of Amazon’s U.S. customers are Prime members

    40 million U.S. consumers belong to Amazon’s two-day shipping and loyalty program, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners research.

    Posted 01/27/2015Thad RueterPost a comment

    40 million U.S. consumers belong to Amazon’s two-day shipping and loyalty program, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners research.

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  • Amazon and Hachette reach a deal on book prices

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    Amazon and Hachette reach a deal on book prices

    The agreement follows the e-retailer’s deal last month with Simon & Schuster.

    Posted 11/13/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    The agreement follows the e-retailer’s deal last month with Simon & Schuster.
  • Amazon’s delivery drones get another boost from Bezos

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    Amazon’s delivery drones get another boost from Bezos

    In his letter to shareholders, Amazon’s CEO details how many marriage proposals and bedtime-story requests have come through the Kindle Mayday button, along with other news from the retailer and a hint of its future plans.

    Posted 04/10/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    In his letter to shareholders, Amazon’s CEO details how many marriage proposals and bedtime-story requests have come through the Kindle Mayday button, along with other news from the retailer and a hint of its future plans.

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  • Amazon.com publishes books in German

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    Amazon.com publishes books in German

    The e-retailer launches a German-language program in its Amazon Publishing business, which aims to build on Amazon’s success in selling German literature translated into English. Among the first titles will be a murder mystery set in Berlin.

    Posted 03/13/2014Bill BriggsPost a comment

    The e-retailer launches a German-language program in its Amazon Publishing business, which aims to build on Amazon’s success in selling German literature translated into English. Among the first titles will be a murder mystery set in Berlin.
  • Contract manufacturer Foxconn plans to launch a Chinese B2B site

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    Contract manufacturer Foxconn plans to launch a Chinese B2B site

    Hon Hai, better known as just Foxconn, which manufactures electronic goods for clients like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, plans to boost its business line of selling manufacturing molds and other mechanical products through a new B2B e-commerce site.

    Posted 02/18/2014Frank TongPost a comment

    Hon Hai, better known as just Foxconn, which manufactures electronic goods for clients like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, plans to boost its business line of selling manufacturing molds and other mechanical products through a new B2B e-commerce site.

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  • A Ted topic, in book form, on your mobile device

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    A Ted topic, in book form, on your mobile device

    Ted Conferences has launched a Ted Books app for the iPhone and iPad. Consumers can buy an annual subscription through the free app for $14.99, which gives them unlimited access to short e-books—10,000 to 20,000 words—akin to the brief Ted Talks that have amassed a cult following. An Android app is coming soon.

    Posted 01/28/2014Katie EvansPost a comment

    Ted Conferences has launched a Ted Books app for the iPhone and iPad. Consumers can buy an annual subscription through the free app for $14.99, which gives them unlimited access to short e-books—10,000 to 20,000 words—akin to the brief Ted Talks that have amassed a cult following. An Android…
  • Soaring tablet ownership drives more readers to e-books

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    Soaring tablet ownership drives more readers to e-books

    28% of U.S. consumers who read a book in 2013 read at least one on an electronic device, up from 23% a year earlier, according to the Pew Research Center. Strong holiday sales of tablet computers figure to drive more growth for e-books.

    Posted 01/16/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    28% of U.S. consumers who read a book in 2013 read at least one on an electronic device, up from 23% a year earlier, according to the Pew Research Center. Strong holiday sales of tablet computers figure to drive more growth for e-books.

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  • Nook sales take a dive over the holidays

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    Nook sales take a dive over the holidays

    Barnes & Noble reports sales of Nook devices, accessories and digital content declined by 60.5% year over year in the nine weeks ending on Dec. 28. Consumers turned away from Nook and toward competing devices from Apple and Amazon, both of which reported strong holiday sales related to their tablets.

    Posted 01/10/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Barnes & Noble reports sales of Nook devices, accessories and digital content declined by 60.5% year over year in the nine weeks ending on Dec. 28. Consumers turned away from Nook and toward competing devices from Apple and Amazon, both of which reported strong holiday sales related to their…

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  • Kindle owners spend 56% more with Amazon than those who do not own the devices

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    Kindle owners spend 56% more with Amazon than those who do not own the devices

    Shoppers who own the retailer’s tablets and e-readers buy 50% more often than those who don’t, and they shop across more Amazon.com departments, according to new research. About 40% of Amazon customers own a Kindle device.

    Posted 12/16/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    Shoppers who own the retailer’s tablets and e-readers buy 50% more often than those who don’t, and they shop across more Amazon.com departments, according to new research. About 40% of Amazon customers own a Kindle device.

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